Recipes

How To Prepare Matcha Tea Correctly

There are two traditional ways to prepare Matcha tea; koicha and usucha. Koicha is a thick tea made from the highest grades of Matcha, and usucha is a thin tea made from lesser grades. The essential thing to remember when preparing Matcha is NEVER use boiling water as this ruins the flavour and destroys the nutrients. Water should always be between 50 and 60 degrees, you can achieve this by either half boiling your kettle or boiling it and allow it to cool for 5-10 minutes. Another tip is to use filtered or spring water, this makes a world of difference.  ...

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Matcha, Avocado and Pear Smoothie

This is a great nutritious and filling smoothie, perfect for a quick breakfast or dieting. Give it a try and see how great you feel!

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Matcha Tea, Apple and Papaya Smoothie

Zingy, fruity, refreshing, and so so good for your body and taste buds. This is a personal favourite at Brilliant Green Company, especially for the morning after...

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Matcha Salad Dressing

Tea with lemon and honey is always a great combination, also a delicious combination for a salad dressing. This recipe is great as lemon juice is great at reducing stomach acids and honey is packed full of goodness and, like Matcha, a great energy booster.

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Brilliant Green Energy Booster Juice

Ingredients
120g fresh spinach
250g apple
1 yellow pepper
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp Brilliant Green Matcha

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